Rivals100 athlete Morgan Burnett impressed at the Offense-Defense All-American Bowl Thursday night. The 6-foot-1, 182-pounder out of College Park (Ga.) North Clayton registered four tackles and three pass breakups in the game to earn best of the east defensive honors.
"I had a lot of fun at the game it was a good time," he said. "I think I learned a lot. I learned how to improve and disguise my coverages more and I was able to meet a lot of players including Cris Hill, Michael McNeil and Enrique Davis. It was great to hang out with those guys together."
As for his award, Burnett was glad to get recognized.
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"It was just a real honor to be labeled best on defense," he said. "The whole trip was a great experience and something I'll never forget."
Now with the all-star game behind him, the four-star prospect is focused on recruiting.
"I'm still weighing my options out," he said. "I've already taken a visit to Georgia Tech and I'm planning to go to Florida, Tennessee and Auburn this month. I think it's basically down to those four schools.
"On the visits, I just want to see where I belong. I want to know if these schools are places I fit into and could be for a few years."